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A candid photograph of a woman sitting on the toilet with her pants pulled down while breastfeeding her toddler is making the rounds in social media today. The multitasking mom happens to be mother-of-two Elisha Wilson Beach who is the wife of TV actor Michael Beach, best known for his role as FDNY paramedic Monte ‘Doc’ Parker on the NBC drama Third Watch. Beach initially posted the photo on Instagram along with the message “This is motherhood and it ain’t always pretty.” The provocative image was later shared on the Life of Dad Facebook page, where the image has been shared over 26,000 times. Endrea Still Karma disagreed, “That’s gross, I’m sure the little girl, who btw is obviously standing and old enough to wait, can wait until the mom is done taking a dump or pee. It wasn’t until I got to India that I had to face my fear of having to use them often & actually learn how to use them properly. Val & I spent a week in the mountain town of Darjeeling and through out that week both were sick on and off with stomach problems. We left the Guest House for dinner and headed down the mountain to a little pizzeria we had gone a few days before that we both liked, but didn’t have a toilet. And then there I was in the squat position when I heard someone walk in… I thought “FUCK okay I know they must be able to see my head so they won’t come back here.” I heard the footsteps coming.
After taking care of business I walked to the Pizzeria walked in and Val looked at me and said “no luck?” I told her “yes, but am about to cry… I can’t believe what happened and just need a minute”.
Squat toilets…they do take a bit of getting used to, but it does feel cleaner in a way.
As a girl, I have always thought squat toilets were much more comfortable than western toilets. Christy now that I have used them many times and used to them… I think I agree with you. Oh yes, I got used to squat toilets in Japan (but they are CLEAN!) that look like urinals on their backs.
Japanese people love old school squat toilets as well, though I can kind of understand why.
Jaime, as you know I have done some traveling myself and boy, do I have some toilet stories. Okay that is pretty bad, maybe he was staring at you because he’s never seen a foreigner in one? Hanako San is a Japanese urban legend about the ghost of a young girl that’s supposed to haunt school toilets, opening and closing doors and scaring anyone who enters the bathroom, knocks on her stall, and calls her name.
Hanako, the ghost in the toilet almost achieved the status of a national phenomena in Japanese legend 20 years ago, when a wave of stories of ghost-sightings swept through the nation’s school yards.
This is similar to the legend of Kashima Reiko, a female ghost without legs who also lives in school bathrooms.
Yet another version features Aoi Manto or Aka Manto, a male ghost who waits in the last stall in the girls’ bathroom.
All these toilet stories about all school toilets being haunted, i read a story about ” the curse of the 3rd bathroom stall” and on wednesday i got stuck in the 3rd toilet stall so my bff had to struggle under the cubicle walls and try to pull the door open but we both got stuck but my other bff had to kick the door while my other bff pulled the lock and the door burst open! Red paper or blue paper response: Can’t you ask me this in the class room,aka-manto sempi? The padded potty training pants by Potty Patty are designed to fit loosely so that they can be pulled on and off by the toddler, without adult help. Some applaud Beach for sharing a real-life depiction of motherhood while others are calling the image distasteful and say feeding your child while going to the bathroom is unhygienic.


The 1st time I encountered one was in Chefchaouen, Morocco and I remember clearly walking in gasping getting scared and almost turning around until I realized I just had to pee.
My 1st encounter in India with one was when I got to Mathura, India for Holi and our room had one. I am pretty sure I used the toilet more during that week than the rest of my time in India combined. Because I was sick I was there longer than I wanted to and the whole time I was just cursing India, cursing travel, cursing the inventor of squat toilets and who ever designed a public toilet for 4 with out doors.
I mean really I have had to use many crazy disgusting toilets around the world, but this was hands down the worst. Oh & since I shared with you my worst toilet experience go ahead and share with me your worst toilet experience.
Even if I try to squat on Western toilets, they are so high up that it’s hard not to have the occasional contact with the dirty toilet seat. I didn’t counter any ST while I was in Italy, but have heard many stories about them.
I think he was just intrigued that a western guy was in the PUBLIC TOILETS USING THE SQUAT. I had it coming out of both ends in Tibet in a public bathroom with NO walls and it was squat too.
As for India there is more to handle than just the toilet situation it’s just a crazy hard country to travel in. They have these hoses that you are supposed to clean yourself with (I assummed that’s what they were for) but I always carried packets of tissue with me. The stories, of course, are many and varied but every schoolchild in Japan, at one time or another, has stood in dread and anticipation as he or she ventured into the school toilet alone. If a person wanted to do something that would either end up in your back getting slashed, or hanged, and someone really needed to do their business, where do u think they would besides the toilet?
Well, actually i like the white paper but then you’d probably be drained of all your blood, and purple might strangle you. Not only does this increase the chance of getting to the potty on time, but it also makes whole process much more independent, which is the goal of independent potty training.
I honestly though never thought I would be writing a post about a toilet experience of mine.
After that using a squat toilet was a breeze and over the next 6 weeks I have become a pro at using them.
I will tell you more about that and everything we did in darling Darjeeling in my next post for now I am getting straight to the story. She said “Jaime should we go back?” I thought “fuck we already walked all the way down here” so told her, “no I will find a toilet down here.” A bit ahead of the pizzeria was a big hotel so I told her I would go in and ask to use it there. I rushed down that way… I could barely hold it any longer, but now was just at the reception with 3 people looking at me. I quickly moved one hand to cover my crotch and another to hold myself because I was about to fall back from the shock. Traveling the world has made me accept that we live in a world with disgusting toilets, but not in a world with door less toilets or one where someone will watch you as you go. I’m always having this conversation about squat toilets every time Scott and I travel in the US.


His pants ended up with water on them (or so he was telling himself that) after going to the bathroom with 2-3 inches of water on the floor in the gazebo. I did have to use squat toilets a few times in SE Asia but never for #2 since the hostels had western toilets.
Lol, and what is it with bathrooms and ghosts, I mean, thats where bloody mary used to live, in OUR school bathroom. From what I could understand it seems that the situation steems from a young girl who had been locked inside a tiny cottage with other people who seemed to be suffering some disease (or whatever it was) that caused their deaths, then a man came and set the cottage on fire while the girl begged to be left out (this was in old Japan period). They have an absorbent center panel that contains the accidents, but will make your toddler uncomfortable and therefore increase her awareness of her excretory function, especially when compared to diapers and pull-ups.
Carolin had spent many months in India and well was a pro at the squat toilet thing so answered a few of my questions. I asked them “yes the toilet please…” one of the ladies said “no we don’t have toilets?” I said, “Excuse me? I walked in and saw 4 squat toilets filled with shit & all disgusting… I didn’t mind that, what I did mind was that none of them had a door. When any human is taking care of business they should have the privacy of 4 walls and no one should watch… but than again I am in a country where people shit on the side of the roads and everyone can watch… like it’s no big deal. Yeah I don’t mind Squatters anymore they really are much more hygienic and better for you anyway.
I mean really most of the public toilets I have had to use are disgusting and I wouldn’t want to put my ass on any of them anyway. You don’t have any toilets?” She said “no we don’t” I said, “Please it’s an emergency I will pay you… 10…  50 Rupees”.
Oh & I know people have different standards of modesty than at home, but toilet modesty should be standard around the world…lol! So squatting and taking care of business makes it much easier, because yes you are uncomfortable, but not touching anything. I thought, “disgusting toilet with no door no problem… just please God do not let anyone walk in on me”.  I went to the last one because I thought that would give me the most privacy of the 4 if someone walked in.
There were no designations whatsoever so when I say mud, I mean that you couldn’t tell mud from, well, not mud.
I then got pissed and said “you are telling me you don’t have a single toilet in this hotel?” She said “exactly”. He must have stood there in front of me for not even 10 seconds, but seemed like a lifetime.
That’s when I realized that the lights actually shone into the tarped off area and created shadows of the people inside and everyone could see the poor woman popping a squat in the middle of a field.
I was about to explode… as I walked out the wind helped me make it an extra dramatic exit by slamming the door for me.



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Comments

  1. dolce_gabbana_girl, 24.11.2013
    Routine at his center anything about the procedure.
  2. Alisina, 24.11.2013
    That I would potty train and that was with my 25mo daughter about pull-Ups.